Dandelions – Much Maligned. Yes, it’s that time of year again in the upper left-hand corner of the USA when the dandelions are making themselves highly visible (by flowering). This prompted me to to consolidate and update a couple of previous dandelion-related posts. A lot of people are pissed off by dandelions. Few plants generate […]
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Posted in Asexual Reproduction on Jun 8th, 2009
Send In The Clones Few plants generate such annoyance among suburban homeowners with immaculate lawnscapes as the common dandelion (in North America, most likely Taraxacum officinale). Despite efforts to eradicate them using chemical warfare (see here for info on such herbicides), the dandelions exhibit a remarkable ability to proliferate. And they do so likely because […]